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. >> but i think the movie is saying that -- that's my point. i don't think that -- i go see harry potter movies. that doesn't mean everything in there -- >> stop it, jimmy. harry potter has no place in this conversation. harry potter is a fan tasiccle move. >> at the end of the day, we're at war with people that killed 3,000 people on 9/11, that killed people in our embassies and in our diplomatic security places. at the end of the day, i don't give a damn how our american government keeps america safer. i just want them to do it and i don't want to know about it. and by the way, i think i'm in the majority of american people pop. >> do you want us to be safer or feel good beating people up. >> i don't want to know. i don't want to know what the american reicia is doing. i don't want to know. i just want to be safer. i think a majority of americans -- >> but this doesn't make us safer. nothing makes you a bad american. you're a proud american and you're a friend and you know that i love you, but this does not make us safer. it's similar to the gun debate -- >> toure, can i ask you this.
to read. there's a lot of books that will absolutely blow the minds of your kid. you know, harry potter, terrific series. when the kids come and terrific illustrations. books about sports, fine. if you have boys, let them read anything. , looks, great, graphic novels, almanacs, cut books, share, why not. as long as they are reading because to get better at it. i'll go to schools and say who play soccer? who love soccer? the outcome of the. you better know? would play a lot. same with reading. he read more, get better at it. it gets easier. you read better books. you have something that you love. so i though the will to get that in your hands that notion we read in our house. it's really cool that your kids see you reading. that's nice, but the most important thing that got to have books in their bedroom. i got to read the darn things. when jack was a, sue and i that's number -- the holidays are another good time, the three, four weeks they have. but they said you can read everyday. he said do i have to? assembly, unless you want to sleep in the garage. but we are going to find cool book
. this one is focused on avielle richman. she loved to ride horses. she loved to color her "harry potter"coloring book. these trees are california grown. she had recently moved here from the other side of the country. you can see that people are coming to light candles. they're coming to lay flowers. they are also coming most poignantly with teddy bears. every tree has a group of soft toys for the departed child. this really is a most agonizing week. two funerals took place together. there are many more to come. >> laura, i saw earlier a crossed that had come all the way from rwanda. it was sent to this school in connecticut for the memorial. as you have seen here over the last few days, do you have a sense that the town has almost gone from a state of shock into a real grief and anger? >> this is the stage that everyone he last had anything to do with this tragedy will tell you this is one the great turns to anger. particularly in a case like this or they're so difficult to find any rational reason for what happens. the sense i also get is that people will tell you they do not want to b
ceremony. a showcase of all things british. harry potter, james bond, mary poppins. it paled in comparison to china's extravaganza. most charismatic, pat? >> rg3. redskin rookie of the nfl. maybe mvp. has set this city on fire. >> marco rubio. senator from florida whose articulate to the point of almost being dem ogic. . but he is a riveting speaker and he has a future. >> are you afraid of him. >> no. i just pointed out his attributes. >> he is richly republican. you know that? >> right. but the democrats have their bench, too. >> i mean, after that, you know, the democrats still going to embrace you? >> i still think that bill clinton's speech at the democratic convention was the most exciting moment of that convention. turned around the whole convention and once again revealed the great talents of bill clinton. >> does he save it? >> you are showing your brilliance again. >> i absolutely agree. a better job than barack obama did. >> i want to add to the clinton tribute. the most charismatic bill clinton. for stellar performance of the democratic national convention. his 40 minute speec
michael, that's not his real name, he's 13 years old, he's bright, he loves harry potter, he is working on a novel. but when he gets angry, he frightens me. i first learned about the connect cut school shooting at work on my facebook feed. i closed the door to my office and started to shiver. every time i hear about a mass shooting i think about my son. and i wonder if someday i'll be that mom. >> and you can see more of the interview with liza long later this morning on today show. >>> straight ahead -- updates on secretary of state hillary clinton's head injury. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. [ male announcer ] when it comes to the financial obstacles military families face, we understand. at usaa, we know military life is different. we've been there. that's why every bit of financial advice we offer is geared specifically to current and former military members and their families. [ laughs ] dad! dad! [ applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] life brings obstacles. usaa brings advice. call or visit us online. we're ready to help. i just served my mother-in-law your chicken n
to offer. an impressive win at loyola. 66-46. the harry potter bowl against the magic. second quarter. magic defense disappeared. jordan crawford. washington -- the 17 footer. washington a winner for the fourth time this season. 105-97. the independence bowl in la. if you ever wonder where the former nebraska coach disappeared to -- a little play action. the the the arms. look a bat. -- look at the arms. look at that. 45-14. >> tonight was good riddance day. the day to take your worst memories of 2012 and smashed them to smithereens. or run them through a paper shredder. in times square is, people lined up to publicly wiping the slate clean. they tossed out everything from pink slips to memories of that break up. i liked it. out with the old, in with the new. new tradition here. speaking of good riddance, the polish pontiff almost none words is out. coming at the doug no. 5 -- twitterverse. four, just saying folowed by you know. the next is like. topping the list -- whatever. the most annoying were for the fourth year in a row. all of those words, a band. >> if you have teenagers, you
people were calling chief justice john roberts a snake from harry potter, the evil professor who turned colors. chris: sam? >> the minority re-elected president obama but i'm going can katty. it's the tea party and thinks of the tea party that are driving the republicans out of contention as a national party. you cannot win nationally if you don't know something about the way the country's changed and the tea party seems to think the country can go back 20 or 30 years. the greatest slogan i hated was we want to take back our country. it's not your country anymore. it's our country and you're part of it but that thinking will defeat republicans if they don't get rid of it. chris: our next category, worst moments of the campaign year. clint eastwood's empty chair number, mitt romney's disastrous overseas trip to london, suggesting that the brits weren't up to hosting the olympics. next, it was the uproar when the white house went to war with the catholic bishops by insisting religious organizations cover employees for contraception and barack obama's frozen performance in the first debate
controller. he discovered his passion to sell vintage video games. >> harry potter, it is very hot and out of print. to feed my habit, i started selling them. >> once a game, always a gamer. >> these are the original trilogy based on the original trilogy. >> he kept buying and buying and collecting and collecting. >> a wave bird for the original game cube. go for a couple of hundred dollars. >> when his passion took over the dining room, he knew he was in business. >> if i could get a little more pocket cash, i would be happy! there's more. upstairs, 4,000 games. >> i have a used copyright here. actually. this is, think i, about 50,000 copies of this were released for knot america. >> shelves and stacks and more stacks and another room, some guy from china just plays some buys. >> he wanted some of the rare american games. >> now he has out groan his house and is moving to a store front across the street. >> it's a piece of culture. this is a big part of what america is right now. >> so from the spare to the dining room to the den to back outside where you name the game business burns righ
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even take a page out of "harry potter." that's next. >>> almost half passed the hour. let's get a look at the headlines now. president obama and house speaker john boehner met face to face at the white house today to try and prevent the fiscal cliff that's now just 23 days away. we don't have much on details, their conversation, but reps from both sides say lines of communication remain open. the president and house speaker have not met face to face in at least three weeks. and here is oklahoma senator, tom coburn. >> so will i accept a tax increase as a part of a deal to actually solve our problems? yes. >> president obama wants republicans to sign off on the wealthy tax hike before any negotiations about spending cuts begin. >>> a cloud of political uncertainty hanging over venezuela. president hugo chavez announced that his cancer has return and he's traveling to cuba for surgery for a third time. this time, the 58-year-old leader, named the vice president as his choice to replace him in case something were to happen to happen. >>> a man who shot three people to death on an indian r
? >> are you talking talking talking about harry potter? >> not harry potter. >> there is an invisible cloak. >> i think he is referencing the hobbit. >> the magic cloak given to froto. >> rut worst person in the history of people. >> are you saying los-lorian. >> that's where they got their gift. >> why did i get the look for that? >> i knew these guys were not avid readers. i thought you were -- the way you were talking about swords and whatnot. >> i am confused by everything. is it worth the military to invest in this? >>- q. i you are right. it is -- >> you are right. it is awesome when we have. it but it can seep down to bad guys and not only state actors, but in this country and that is scary. >> it adapts to your sur roundings. say i was in john gibson's ranch i would look like a big, leather tarp. bill are you technically invisible to the world and no one sees you. >> that makes me sad. also not a question. we talked about this. i think this is a good thing. we will find many uses. it is a surprise it was made in canada. what are the canadians hiding from? a rogue moose? they have no
. >>> remember the harry potter cloak? it was a piece of fabric that could completely get a person to disappear. sounds mystical. but the military might using something like it. >> reporter: guy kramer is competing to win the army's income multimillion dollar contract. this summer, he showed us the size behind every size, shape and shade of these pixels. >> you now have your camouflage. >> we're trying to trick the brain into seeing things that aren't actually there. >> reporter: digital patterns recreate shapes already found in nature. and 3-d layering creates depths and shadows, where none exists. that's today's design. but developers already have one eye on tomorrow. >> what's coming up down the road and very quickly is the harry potter choke. >> what is it? >> reporter: with the fictional cloak, harry isn't just camouflaged. he's invisible. >> how invisible are we talking here? if i walked into a room with a soldier wearing one of these cloaks, you wouldn't see him at all? >> he would be completely invisible to you. >> this isn't make-be
fit. >>> harry potter the highest grossing franchise of all time? >> foshds released its list of the highest global box office franchises, harry potter on top, ranked number one, earnings of $7.7 billion, as you see it's followed by "star wars" $4.5 billion, the third is the james bond films also the longest lasting and in the span of 50 years they've done 24 films staring seven dashing action heroes followed by "pirates of the caribbean" and "batman" in fifth place. even though "harry potter" is the highest grossing franchise, "lord of the rings" is a serious contender. new films on the way. the franchise ranks ninth, earnings of almost $3 billion but "the hobbit" three-part series which hits theaters today has the potential to make "lorld of the rings" one of the most lucrative franchises of all-time and i certainly know they're going to do huge box office, it will be an easy win for number one this weekend, don. >> goodness gracious, we are in the wrong business. my goodness. thank you, a.j. >>> next hour, a.j. has the story of a man caught trying to break into taylor swift
that the notion that harry potter was essentially a gateway drug to books for an entire generation. [laughter] i thought that was a really interesting way of putting that. okay, so i want to read to you from a letter from the sunday times magazine from last week. as i'm about to self publish my novel after rejections from big publishers, all they do is put a big cut and right now it is giving me the chance to have with the industry to 90. access to readers. i get that a lot. i think we all did that a lot in publishing. her response to that is yes and no. i think that one of the best things for publishing the last decade has been the democratization of dissemination. anybody come up for a few hundred bucks, can print out their poems from their family histories, their memoirs. that is a really good thing. it might not be a great thing in terms of all the other books have been printed, environmentally, but it is actually -- it's a good thing. the el james book originally started that way. but it's also really important to point out. there's more to publishing now than it has ever been. one of the t
other than j.k. rowling of "harry potter" fame, and this is what's called augmented reality. so, even though it looks like there are these little squares on the book, when you see that on the tv, it comes alive with fire and animation and magical spells. and you bet that "book of spells" is just the first of many wonderbooks to come for the playstation 3. well, there you have it. no shortage of great gadget gift ideas for the 2012 holiday season. for "teen kids news," i'm mark saltzman. >> that's our program for this week. thanks for joining us. >> and of course, "teen kids news" will be back again next week. so, we'll see you then.
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screen, but the book comes alive. it's written by none other than j.k. rowling of "harry potter" fame, and this is what's called augmented reality. so, even though it looks like there are these little squares on the book, when you see that on the tv, it comes alive with fire and animation and magical spells. and you bet that "book of spells" is just the first of many wonderbooks to come for the playstation 3. well, there you have it. no shortage of great gadget gift ideas for the 2012 holiday season. for "teen kids news," i'm mark saltzman. >> that's our program for this week. thanks for joining us. >> and of course, "teen kids news" will be back again next week. so, we'll see you then. >> here's a shout-out to pr newswire for including "teen kids news" on their big screen in times square, new york city. xnóx steves: pause at any street corner to enjoy a vivid slice of neapolitan life. and don't forget to look up. with no yards, families make full use of their tiny balconies. this is basso living. basso living. what does that mean? it can mean "low." so, literally, low? this is like
. remember harry potter who can make someone completely disappear? it sounds like a fairytale but the army may be using something like that, camouflaging the troops and making them completely invisible. >> reporter: it can mean the difference between getting shot and going home. so a lot is riding on the next generation design to outfit troops. it's only been eight years since the army spent $5 billion on camo that critics say didn't fool anyone. soldiers complained to the point that the army abandoned its one-size fits all universal pattern. >> they were looking for camouflage that they could use everywhere? >> correct. and it didn't work anywhere. >> reporter: guy is one of the designers competing to win the next multimillion dollar contract. this summer he showed us the science behind every size and shape of these pixels. >> you now have your camouflage. we're trying to trick the brain into something that is not there. >> reporter: digital patterns recreate things already found in nature and 3-d layering creates depths and shadows where none exists. that's today's design. the developers
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books hot off the presses the harry potter series is there for example you can also borrow and rent movies. anything that you bubble the e you on the amazon cloud. on the one to a device will be full and say you have to delete things, this will never happen because you have unlimited free cloud storage. this is why amazon has become one of the top- selling c i have downloaded a gps application. [electronic voice] >>guest: what would you pay for a 7 in. gpx with voice navigation and text to speak this is the size ofcan download for free and application that will give you 80 p sgps you to. in all so download and application to receive your text messages for free. >>host: we have someone3 natalie who owned a candle but is upgrading to the kindle fire >>caller: hi >>host: happy holidays, you just upgraded >>caller: right >>host: >>caller: why: this is such an upgrade to the one it has all the accessories. it has flex pay, i cannot get that here. i am taking a trip to the u.k. to visit my sister in the military and i thought this would be the perfect tord to take >>host: it is
of a mentally ill son. he's 13 years old he's bright. he loves harry potter, he loves to nuggetsel animals. when he gets angry he frightens me. i first learned about the connecticut school shooting at work on my facebook feed. i closed the door to my office and started to shiver. every time i hear about a mass shooting i think about my son and i wonder if some day i'll be that mom. >> cenk: obviously, guys, this is incredibly scary ana michael, ben, they're all here. you know, i don't know this is the most important issue. well i do know. i think guns are the most important issue. this is obviously a very important issue. what did you take from liza long's speech. >> she makes a good point when it comes to our mental health institutions. funding for mental health institutions has been cut year after year. the reagan administration cut a significant amount of federal dollars towards these institutions and as a result a lot of mentally disabled individuals ended up on the streets. so we do need to focus on that problem. but when i read her blog i felt like there was much more emphasis on that, and
guesses? >> omaha. >> good guess. orlando. orlando, florida. >> no. >> you have the kids. >> harry potter. >> go get loose with the kids. >> you can't have a list where the kids should go and one for single people. my new year's is always the day before school starts. my calendar starts in september. that's when i buy new shoes for everybody, we eat healthier. >> january 1st means nothing to you? >> nothing to me. it's amateur night. >> blue mountain, canada, where it's a great place for new year's, i have to say. >> i'm moving us ahead, as we're running out of time. these are new year's eve party beverages. kit, you mentioned honey boo-boo. we'll talk about honey boo-boo's goo juice. >> go-go. >> what is it? >> go-go juice. >> oh, excuse me. must be this one here. >> oh, dear lord. >> mountain dew with bacardi limon. what do you think of that? no. >> what's worse than giving your daughter caffeine and mountain dew and she said i could be giving her alcohol and they said i'm gla glad you're not. i guess this is what you would be drinking. >> do you want one? >> my baby daddy. >> you can p
to think a 13-year-old genius who loves harry potter and has a snuggle animal collection would go to jail but our society, with its stigma on mental illness and it's broken health care system does not provide us with other options. then another tortured soul shoots up a fast food restaurant, a mall, a kindergarten classroom. and we write our hands and say, something must be done. >> what we have is quoful. that really -- woeful. that really appears to be part of the problem. >> i think that's a very important issue that it really would be important for us to consider mental health problems in the same way that we consider physical health problems in terms of insurance coverage, in terms of personnel who would be available in our health centers who could help families in early identification and getting the resowrses that -- resources that they might need for their disturbed family members. >> at this point if they can't get the community health resources, their place of last resort is calling law enforcement to come in and potentially take that person off to jail which is also not a solut
like harry potter book you can get them through amazon or get them through a lending library, and you did do that with a pry membership. some of that cold features but this is it to put on a black background and it could reignite public thisg and the can help desk this is on the silk browser. i just loaded up hsn dockwebsite. i can have multiple windows open at a time and look at all the different things i can do by opening up the windows and toggling back-and- forth with a different app. it is right here in the palm of my hand. >>host: with and you can also use it to draw and paint and give our creative and there's so much for you. whatever your getting it for as yourself or get the person doesn't have to go by a stylus separately are a pair of earbuds.you are giving that person if the full experience right here today from officeof the fact we are also paying for shipping and handling.you can scratch of 3 are for people of your lives with the smartest tablet. get it home for under $40 it is low price tablet ready offering bore the end of the year. we have a bottle limiminute and a
. there is 180,000 books like the harry potter series is part of that 180,000 books. you can borrow them for for using amazon-primetown of movie is also an tv series. cynthia mentioned down at the iman ago, i do not know if that is one of them.w down abbya moment ago. if all you wanted to do download free applications, music, magazines you could certainly do that. but when you get a premium content very inexpensive and application usually is about 99¢. >>host: i am sorry sharron, (...) >>guest: you were calling her again? >>host: c13 falling her with my brain. --phoning i worry about the lack of sleep i have had, she really does not get any sleep because we all called her. i will say when clock expires we are going to try to get you some extra time. basically because we know you want it. we want it all do we not? two things that i love every person who has a kindle they want this. every person who has kindle they say i cannot get this anywhere else.$40 on your credit card? it blows you away. believe meanwhile aaron berger does an amazing job, scratched the surface. --believe me w
management? >> i think -- we did "harry potter," we did the olympics, we did the n.f.l., we did cable. all those things for investment we made. >> rose: this had a good ride for you. you love the job. the hardest thing i assume was the dividend announcement and not meeting expectations for a quarter. how -- what do you wake up and say when you know you have to make that call? >> i'd say cutting the g.e. dividend was the worst day of my life. i just hated myself. i was -- i felt like i had let so many people down. i said i wouldn't do it. i was so incredibly disappointed in myself. i'll never forget it, charlie, as long as i live, but it was what i had to do for the company that n that moment in time. the strength will to get up the next day and to face your tame with a smile on your face, quiet confidence and go forward, that's why we have these jobs. in the good days they're not that hard to manage. i've got a ton of good people that work for me that could run g.e. in the good days. it's the bad days where you need somebody to step up and take the heat and it's seared in my soul and inves
potter cloak. >> what is that? >> reporter: with that fictional cloak, harry isn't just camouflaged, he's invisible. >> my body's gone! >> how invisible are we talking here? if i walked into a room with a soldier wearing one of these cloaks -- >> you wouldn't see him at all. he would be completely invisible to you. >> reporter: this isn't make believe. the military has seen the so-called quantum stealth technology. it works by bending the light around an object, even concealing most of a person's shadow. imagine what that could do for a sniper, hiding in a field, or the american pilots who ejected over libya when their fighter jets crashed last year. >> they could actually pull out very similar to what they carry with a survival blanket, throw it over top of them, and unless you walked right into them, you wouldn't know they were there. >> reporter: so what was once firmly in the world of make believe could quickly become quite real. >> reporter: the science is in the special fabric, so you don't need a power source or some instruction manual to make it work. theoretically, any soldier,
. about 108,000 titles which are like best+ not public domain like the harry potter series. everybody can borrow the harry potter series. when you go into the amazon app store you create a account. from that store you can download a lot of things. you can download applications, and your free @ of the day. --app of the , there are 22 million things you can download to get when you download these on your account not only are they stored on your candle device, if your candle is fully are also stored remotely on the image on serversamazon servers it is a seamless process.if you're candela is full, it was stored them for you on the amazon computers prehnite--if your kindle fire is fault it will store them on your m asam computers and. --if your kindle fire is a full13 them on your amazon computers. >>guest: >>host: we are crazy busy and i am glad you are shopping with us. we are counting down the days to that big day. maybe you do not know what give the kids every kid wants a tablet. when you put technology like this in their it could be grandma or grandpa.ive them the gift of something tha
after prince william. >> it sounds like a spell from a harry potter movie. jenna: what you women have to put up with. hats off to you. north korea and defiance of a u.n. ban. new reports from south korea say that the first part of this rocker is ardea place. the alleged test, it is seen by south korea as an influence of elections there. and testing ballistic missile technology that could be used to carry more nuclear weapons. 30,000 american troops are stationed there. japan is preparing for the launch as well, they are deploying service air missiles to shoot down anything that may enter its airspace. joining me now is gordon chang. you say that if this is all true, north korea has a very specific audience. who and why? >> the specific audience would be iran.e. who and why? >> the specific audience would be iran. north korea and iran have been conducting a joint missile development program for at least 15 years. in the beginning of september, they signed a technical cooperation agreement, just yesterday, the kyoto news agency reported that a facility close to the chinese border, they
draconian -- draco. >> wasn't he in harry potter, too? >> he was also in harry potter. i don't know.was he? >> i think he was the bad kid growing up. >> and, anyway, with that out of the way and the world hurdling to an end tomorrow, still to come, if you want to know whether or not you should be optimistic about a fiscal cliff deal -- >> oh, draco malfoy. >> oh, yeah, the young bad kid? >> the blond kid. >> he was so good he was bad. check out the markets on any given day and we're going to do just that. tell what's happening with the fiscal cliff. [ penélope ] i found the best cafe in the world. nespresso. where i never have to compromise on anything. ♪ where just one touch creates the perfect coffee. where every cappuccino and latte is only made with fresh milk. and where the staff is exceptionally friendly. ♪ nespresso. what else? you won't just find us online, you'll also find us in person, with dedicated support teams at over 500 branches nationwide. so when you call or visit, you can ask for a name you know. because personal service starts with a real person. [ rodger ] at scot
strike out with harry potter video game. it is a billion dollars, i brought that up because it movies do not make a billion dollars. this is a blockbuster and people talk about it. >> this is much better than a movie, it looks real > >> once i beat my game i did not buy any more. >> now you are into yoga pants >> yes now i am anti of the pants. if you go to the web site is attracted people wearing attractive close. this is a retailer that is small. wall street loves the revenue story. i would be intrigued if it pulled back. it is entering what would be referred to this season of exercise. people get fat during the holidays and then they decide to go to the gym to work it off. this is one of those specialty boutique type of angles. they could expand and wall street loves a with revenue story. keep an eye on the stock, nice little trend >> women say that they are not very flattering >> remember when they said they were glad to start a business to have people watching women practice yoga? >> the time has 9:19 a.m. and we want to get a look at san jose. traffic is still slow northbound on th
books were the harry potter series, and her favorite color was red. her summertime hobby was archery because of the movie "brave." little benjamin wheeler, also 6 years old. his rabbi said, "there's always some brave individual who goes up to the dance floor to get everybody involved. that was ben wheeler." 6-year-old allison wyatt. she's described as a quiet, shy, and loving little girl. allison loved to garden with her mom and was always outside in the summer. rachel davino, 29 years old, one of the six adults, all women, killed by the shooter at sandy hook elementary. she loved karate, cooking, animals, photography, and her two younger siblings. 56-year-old mary sherlach, the school psychologist. she lived in trumbull, connecticut, with her husband. she enjoyed gardening, reading, and going to the theater. then there's 27-year-old first grade teacher victoria soto. the oldest of four children, she loved her dog roxie. she also wrote she loved flamingos and the new york yankees. soto spent her final moments shielding her students from harm, hiding them in a closet before the gunman
harry potter and stuffed animals, but then this quote. this is from the mother. a few weeks ago, michael pulled a knife and threatened to kill me and then himself after i asked him to return his overdue library books. that conflict ended with three burly police officers and a paramedic wrestling my son to a gurney and an expensive ambulance ride to the local emergency room. liza says her son's i.q. is off the charts but that he could snap at any time. anti-psychotic, mood-altering drugs have not helped because she says she thinks that there is the potential here of this chilling thought that this could happen. >> every time i hear about a mass shooting, i think about my son. and i wonder if someday i'll be that mom. >> i am joined by jeff grenier, licensed clinical psychologist. she thinks that her own child in some way could commit the kind of crime that we saw from this young man, adam lanza, last week. what kind of help is there for her and for other parents who are afraid in some ways of their mentally ill children? >> well, it's a very tough terrain, suzanne, for many of these paren
himself. i want to quote her here. she wrote, no one wants to send a 13-year-old genius who loves harry potter and his snuggle animal collection to jail. but our society with its stigma on mental illness and its broken health care system does not provide us with other options. then another tortured soul shoots up a fast food restaurant. a mall. a kindergarten classroom. and we written our hands and say something must be done. how do you respond to that? >> you know, she's dead on. as the conversation has been about gun control, and that's a very valid conversation to be having in these times, i think the conversation about mental health reform is equally important here. parents, i think about the arizona shooter, you know, who was exhibiting early signs of schizophrenia, he was over the age of 18, once you're over the age of 18, nobody can make you go to a psychiatrist. nobody can make you take your meds. parents love their child, so the best thing they can do is give a roof over his head and food. and i think that that's the important thing is that we -- we're so focused on individual
here. no one wants to send a 13-year-old genius who loves harry potter and his snuggle, his snuggle animal collection to jail. but our society with its stigma on mental illness and broken health care system does not provide us with other options. we're talking about this 13-year-old here. what would you, david, what would you tell this mother to do with her son? >> i would -- well, i would say that what she wrote about and good for her for having the courage to do it, go out and do that, is similar to what a lot of people have written to me privately and in e-mails, they have a relative or someone else close in their lives who is violent and dangerous. and really worried -- and they go to the authorities now and they say there is nothing we will do until this person commits a crime and then after he commits the crime, then we'll prosecute and put him in prison. >> that's not good enough. >> of course that's not good enough. what we need to do -- studies have shown if you look at the state to state variation in homicide rates, about a third of the variation among the states is betwee
this morning. she says, no one wants to send a 13-year-old genius who loves "harry potter" and his snuggle animal collection to jail but our society with its stigma on mental illness and its broken health care system does not provide us with other options. then another tortured soul shoots up a fast-food restaurant, a mall, a kindergarten classroom and she goes on to say we wring our hands and say something must be done. this poor mother showed up at hospital, said i need help. someone take my child. he is threatening to kill my other children and me. the next day he is docile, and happy, mommy i will be better, i promise. what can we offer this woman? >> first of all she is herro inin my mind, she raised in a public way a situation a lot of parents would be very difficult for them to raise, public recognition that their son has a mental health challenge. she also used a word very appropriate. it is why it needs to be part of the national discussion. we stigmatize young people with mental health problems instead of receiving out trying to help them. clearly, clearly the mental health commu
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